Free Education: HAUWA'U Memorial School Sets Benchmark In Humanitarian Service 

Tracereporters –For the past 10 years, Hauwa memorial school in Kaduna State has been offering free primary education to the less privileged and children of orphans who have the zeal to study both Western and Islamic education but lack sponsorship.

This year, the free school for orphans and the less privileged has graduated another set of pupils numbering 18 and will now be
transferred to federal government colleges in the state for further education.


Commending the effort rendered by the school, former commissioner of human services and social development, Hafsat Mohammed who honored the graduation ceremony says, the gesture rendered by the school is worth emulating, as the well-to-do individuals and philanthropists the state must learn to follow suit for the promotion of a quality free education and achieve a better society.


Hauwa’u memorial school is under the AMA Foundation sponsored by Aminu Musa Abdulsalam. And every year, the school graduates at least 20 students.


So far it has graduated at least 70.
The special guest and speaker, Professor Shehu Mustapha centers on developing the young generation through proper education, he also emphasized not leaving it for the government to handle alone.
Some of the graduates like Ja’afar Gambo says, the school has impacted a lot on him, as he can now read, write and spell anything.

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